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  • Carbon offset from HCVA | Classic Car Business

    News Carbon offset from HCVA Thursday, 11 November 2021 at 0:00:00 UTC By Al Suttie HCVA launches carbon offset scheme The Historic and Classic Vehicles Alliance has launched a new initiative to help classic vehicles achieve net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. The scheme offsets CO2 emissions and is being run in partnership with NET-HERO. Vehicle driver contribute 2p per mile they drive annually, so a typical classic car owner covering 1200 miles per annum would pay £30 for a year’s CO2 offsetting. The money is used to support reforestation and the restoration of peatland and grassland. Every driver who signs up to the scheme will receive a vignette they can display in their car. The HCVA’s Garry Wilson said: ‘The historic and classic vehicles sector is a vanishingly small contributor to the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions yet contributes nearly £3 billion to the Exchequer each year. Classic vehicles are also an important part of our cultural heritage so we want to ensure that the wider classic sector have the ability to achieve a Net-Zero status ahead of the mainstream automotive sector.’ http://www.hcva.co.uk

  • Lunaz expands | Classic Car Business

    News Lunaz expands Thursday, 17 February 2022 at 9:00:00 UTC By Al Suttie EV firm to grow to 350 employees British classic car electric conversion firm Lunaz reports rapid growth and predicts it will have a workforce of more than 350 by the end of 2023. The company says demand for its EV-converted classics means it is now taking orders for 2024, with commissions for this year and 2023 now full. Part of this is due to a resurgent hospitality sector driving demand for Lunaz’s EV-converted Bentley, Range Rover and Rolls-Royce cars. David Lorenz, founder and CEO of Lunaz, said: ‘Surging global demand for an electrified and remastered classic car by Lunaz is affirmation that clients are responding to a proposition that preserves the most celebrated cars in British automotive history while answering the pressing global requirement to transition to more sustainable practices. ‘We are proud to introduce an entirely new and conscious audience to the pleasures of classic car ownership by answering the key questions of reliability, usability and sustainability. We are delighted to further the legacies of these beautiful vehicles in greater numbers in doing so creating highly skilled jobs and economic impact.’ https://lunaz.group/

  • About Us | Classic Car Business

    ABOUT US FLEET WORLD GROUP CYCLING INDUSTRY .NEWS TORQUE Stag Publications Ltd ​ Stag Publications Ltd is the publisher of a wide range of print & digital magazines, websites, events and other trade communications. ​ Our brands include: Fleet World Group (Fleet World , Van Fleet World , EV Fleet World , The Great British Fleet Event ) Classic Car Business CyclingIndustry.News Torque The company was established in 1998 and has built a reputation for delivering high quality products and services aimed at senior level both in the UK and globally. ​ Head Office ​ 18 Alban Park St Albans AL4 0JJ ​ Tel: +44 (0) 1727 739 160 Hours: Monday—Friday: 9:00AM–5:30PM © 2021 Stag Publications Ltd. Company number: 03530248 VAT number: GB 706517836

  • Heritage poll records strong interest | Classic Car Business

    News Heritage poll records strong interest Tuesday, 8 February 2022 at 0:00:00 UTC By Al Suttie Polls shows strong interest in heritage sector An opinion poll commissioned by the Federation Skills Trust shows continued strong interest in the heritage transport sector. It found that 45% of adults in the UK expressed some interest in the sector. The majority of those interviewed for the poll said their main interest was in visiting attractions such as museums. While attendance data shows the largest group is those aged 55 and over, there is growing interest from younger groups aged 25-34 and 35-44. These two latter age groups make up 33% of all heritage attraction visitors in the past five years. Road and rail attractions are the two most popular with visitors, followed by marine and aviation. The opinion poll was conducted by Kantar and interviewed 1232 people across all ages, gender, ethnicity, region, and socio-economic groups. Francis Galashan, Chair of Trustees for the Federation Skills Trust, said: ‘We hope people will conclude that interest in the heritage sector is healthy. Regardless of which sector of heritage transport we are in, we must continue to work together ever more closely to ensure that mobile heritage has a vibrant and inclusive future.’ https://www.heritage.engineering/

  • The Beast sells for £72,500 | Classic Car Business

    News The Beast sells for £72,500 Friday, 17 March 2023 at 10:00:00 UTC By Al Suttie Merlin V12-powered one-off finds new owner The Beast created by John Dodd has sold at auction through Car & Classic for £72,500. Powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin V12 aero engine, the value of The Beast was very difficult to predict when it was first advertised for sale via Car & Classic. The car came up for sale when John Dodd died in December 2022. It was originally built by Paul Jameson in 1966 before Dodd acquired it and became synonymous with the ‘worlds’ most powerful car’ as it was described in the 1977 Guinness Book of World Records. Tom Wood, CEO of Car & Classic, said: ‘This is a genuine once in a lifetime opportunity and I hope the lucky new buyer continues to use and enjoy the car the way John did.’ http://www.carandclassic.com

  • RM Sotheby’s announces final Amelia Island sale | Classic Car Business

    News RM Sotheby’s announces final Amelia Island sale Friday, 23 December 2022 at 9:45:00 UTC By Al Suttie 2023 marks final RM Sotheby’s sale at US venue RM Sotheby’s will hold its final Amelia Island sale on 3 March, 2023. It marks the end of a 24-year run of auctions by the firm at the US concours event. The final auction by RM Sotheby’s at Amelia Island will be held in a new venue on Lynndale Road. However, RM Sotheby’s says it is working to establish a new sale in 2024. Gord Duff, Global Head of Auctions for RM Sotheby’s, said: ‘After nearly a quarter-century as the original and official auction of the Amelia Island Concours, it became a tradition that was loved by all and now, 2023 will be our last year. ‘We plan to leave the island with a truly unforgettable sale as our team is working hard to secure a selection of the best collector cars. Our team is looking forward to what is to come and what we believe will be a spectacular new event in 2024.’ http://www.rmsothebys.com

  • Record Race Retro | Classic Car Business

    News Record Race Retro Wednesday, 1 March 2023 at 10:00:00 UTC By Al Suttie Popular show sets new auction highs The popular Race Retro show saw more than 22,000 visitors pass through the doors of Stoneleigh Park. As part of the three-day show, Silverstone Auctions’ sale saw a new world record price achieved for a For Sierra Cosworth RS500. The low-mileage Ford was estimated to sell for £150,000-£180,000, but achieved £596,250 when the hammer fell. It was joined by a Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth 4x4 that sold for another new world record price of £109,125. Further world record prices were achieved by the Lotus Elan Drophead Coupe formerly owned by Diana Rigg that made £164,250. Jochen Rindt’s Lotus Elan made £65,250, while a Land Rover Defender ordered new by the late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, sold for £123,750. The busy show proved there remains strong interest in historic motorsport as traders reported good business to Classic Car Business. Many we spoke to said it was a real uptick for them after the quieter period over winter. Dan White, Director of Suspension Supplies Ltd, said: ‘It’s been busy all weekend with enquiries and talking to visitors. There’s a real enthusiasm for these cars and the businesses that surround them.’ Another company enjoying plenty of interest was Brand Engineering, supplier of precision components and driveshafts. Darren Adams, Operations Manager, said: ‘We didn’t know if anyone would be interested in what we do, but we’ve been overwhelmed with people wanting to discuss our services. We’ve been flat out all weekend and it’s been a very positive show for our company.’ This view was echoed across the trade stands inside the main halls of Race Retro, while outside the live rally stage was a big draw for the 22,187 visitors. Show Director Lee Masters said: ‘There was a real buzz in the halls and there is a lot of affection for this event so everyone was thrilled to see it back. Our main priority for this year was to get the show back up and running, not just for the industry but also for the enthusiasts. Now, our focus is on working with the venue to develop the show and build on Reis Race Retro’s solid foundations to encourage a new generation into historic motorsport.’ Mary Singleton, Senior Operations Manager at Reis Motorsport Insurance, added: ‘We had a fantastic weekend at Stoneleigh, it certainly kick-started the season in style! As always, the show celebrated all that is great about the motorsport community, and it was so special to meet so many fellow enthusiasts over the three days.’ http://www.raceretro.com www.reis.co.uk

  • Artcurial sale postponed | Classic Car Business

    News Artcurial sale postponed Tuesday, 11 January 2022 at 0:00:00 UTC By Al Suttie Artcurial postpones Retromobile sale Auction firm Artcurial has postponed its planned sale at the Retromobile Salon due to uncertainty about Covid travel restrictions in France. The new sale dates have been set for 16-20 March and it will be held at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles alongside the rearranged Retromobile show. Artcurial promises on-site viewing of 170 cars, 30 motorcycles, and automobilia lots. https://www.artcurial.com/

  • FLEET WORLD GROUP | Classic Car Business

    ABOUT US FLEET WORLD GROUP CYCLING INDUSTRY .NEWS TORQUE Fleet World Group consists Fleet World , Van Fleet World , EV Fleet World & International Fleet World magazines, together with a wide range of printed magazines, electronic magazines, websites, events and other fleet communications. Providing the perfect networking opportunity for fleet operators and suppliers to connect, The Great British Fleet Event held its inaugural expo on 24 January 2019, comprising a fleet-focused exhibition, masterclass conferences and the Fleet World Great British Fleet Awards – which celebrate the best of corporate mobility in the UK. To find out more about Fleet World Group, please visit our dedicated media site: fleetworldmedia.co.uk Our brands Fleet World Van Fleet World EV Fleet World The Great British Fleet Event The UK’s leading fleet industry title and its circulation covers virtually every major fleet operator in the UK. Fleet World is the only title in the sector aimed specifically at director-level fleet decision makers and the magazine offers an unparalleled editorial viewpoint on the key issues facing the fleet industry. Subscribe Fleet World subscriptions for magazines and newsletters can be obtained at the following site: fleetworldsubscriptions.co.uk

  • Autoglym launches LifeShine | Classic Car Business

    News Autoglym launches LifeShine Thursday, 2 March 2023 at 10:15:00 UTC By Al Suttie New ceramic paint protection from LifeShine Autoglym has launched its new LifeShine ceramic paint protection that uses the firm’s CeraFuse technology. CeraFuse uses a process to fuse reactive silicone polymers together to give a hard-wearing barrier for paintwork. LifeShine can be used on exterior and interior paint, and glass. It also comes with technical and marketing support to assist retailers. Autoglym has also revealed a new brand identity to coincide with the launch of LifeShine. http://www.autoglym.co.uk

  • Flying Spares adds bespoke PHC anti-freeze to range | Classic Car Business

    News Flying Spares adds bespoke PHC anti-freeze to range Tuesday, 17 January 2023 at 16:45:00 UTC By Al Suttie New anti-freeze developed for Rolls-Royce and Bentley classics Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialist Flying Spares has added a specially developed anti-freeze to its range. Produced by PH Components with a new formula specifically for classic Rolls and Bentley models, the anti-freeze/coolant was developed in response to customer demand. Neil Arman, Director of Flying Spares, said: ‘PHC is a great British brand known for top quality hard parts, but classic enthusiasts were calling for a new premium antifreeze/coolant, so they partnered with one of Europe’s leading aviation solvent suppliers to create one. The new formula is a mix of borate, nitrite and organic acids, with a sophisticated silicate stabilisation system to protect against extreme cold and heat. ‘We’ve tested the new PHC antifreeze/coolant extensively, both in our Technical Services Division workshop here in Market Bosworth, and out on the road in our Silver Spirit test car. We’re confident that it solves the seal degradation issues associated with low grade and incorrect formulas, and will meet the exacting standards of heritage Rolls-Royce and Bentley owners. Like all our PHC products, we back it with a market-leading three-year warranty.’ http://www.flyingspares.com

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